About Jambu Santa Fe Wedge Sandals (For Women)
Closeouts. While the most stylish feature of Jambu's Santa Fe wedge sandals is definitely its braided hemp rope footbed, the pretty floral perforations on the suede strap are just as worthy of accolade.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Is stylish and comfortable too much to ask for? from Massachusetts on Friday, September 5, 2014I have normal feet and needed a shoehorn and two strong men to get this shoe on. I'm not joking, ok only one strong man, but I thought my husband was going to break my foot as he tried to wedge this wedge on to my delicate appendage. Once I managed to get these 'beauties' on, they weren't too comfortable; the foot bed was downright itchy. I'm not thrilled that Sierra Trading Post sells these shoes. My advice would be to stamp a big "discontinued" sign over them. I guess you get what you pay for, but in this case the cost should have been $0.
Reviewed by Dancer from RI on Monday, December 30, 2013Really cute design, and very well made, but the foot-bed was too long for me, at least a half-size too large
Reviewed by Polarbird from Michigan on Thursday, June 27, 2013This is very stable shoe with great style and detail. The only reason why I didn't give it a 5 star rating is that the elastic straps are quite tight. I would expect the straps to losen over time, but initially they are tight and restictive.
Reviewed by Ra from Utah on Wednesday, June 12, 2013I have a long narrow foot and typically wear a size 8.5 or 9, though my foot width is equivalent to someone who wears a 7. So most no-tying shoes don't stay on my feet. Based on previous reviews regarding the tight straps and narrow fit, I ordered these in an 8.5. The length is perfect, and the black straps are the perfect width, but the blue (front) strap is still quite wide. I would have returned for a size 8 but those were out of stock. Regardless, the shoes are super comfortable and they look great with pants, skirts, and dressier shorts or capris.
Reviewed by JJ from Pittsburgh on Thursday, May 23, 2013I really like the look of the sandals, I like the colors and style. The only draw back, for me, is that they are a bit hard to get on. The straps do not release so you have to slip your foot into the straps. I have a high instep so it is a little difficult, but once they are on they are comfortable.